A Sense of Place: Using Math to Engage in Our Communities
About This Event
What do Food Justice and Highway 81 in Syracuse have to do with math?
Join HF3 to explore Local Social Justice Issues through hands-on activities by Syracuse City School Districts and Syracuse University students, tachers, coaches, and researchers.
Headliner local poet and spoken word artist, Cedric Bolton (aka Blackman Preach), will perform, along with student spoken word performances. Enjoy music, a book giveaway, food truck snacks, and an ice cream cart.
This free, family-friendly community event is open to all.
Cedric Bolton, Syracuse University
Antiracist Algebra Coalition mini grant through the Engaged Communities at Syracuse University
Co-Sponsoring Departments and Programs:
Syracuse University Organizations: The Engaged Humanities Network and the Mathematics Department in the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Education, and the Syracuse Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Engagement.
Café Sankofa and Community Garden, 2323 South Salina Street, Syracuse, New York
Category: Workshop or Mini-Seminar Performance Exhibit
Audience: Open to the Public
Host: Syracuse University